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The nomenclature and typification of all known species of Polygonumi section Echinocaulon are clarified, and the correct names and . 1. ew York Botanical GardenBronx. The New York Botanical Garden. Personalised recommendations.
The nomenclature and typification of all known species of Polygonumi section Echinocaulon are clarified, and the correct names and synonyms are presented. Lectotypes are selected. About this article The New York Botanical Garden.
As a result of comprehensive systematic study on Polygonum section Echinocaulon, three new nomenclatural changes are .
As a result of comprehensive systematic study on Polygonum section Echinocaulon, three new nomenclatural changes are made: P. clarkei stat. et nom. no. P. subsagittatum stat.
A new species, Peucedanum chujaense K. Kim, . H. Taxonomy of Polygonum section Echinocaulon (Polygonaceae), Chong-Wook Park. The new species distributed in the Chuja Islands off the north coast of Jeju Island in South Korea View.
Taxonomy of Polygonum section Echinocaulon (Polygo-. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 47: 1–82. Posada, D. and K. A. Crandall. Modeltest: testing the model of DNA. Biomolecular studies revealed that P. sensu lato was polyphyletic and should be divided into several genera (Cuénoud et a. 2002;Lamb- Frye & Kron, 2003;Kim & Donoghue, 2008;Sanchez & Kron, 2008). Gross (1913) was the first one who recognized Persicaria as an independent genus. However, it was considered as section of the Polygonum by Roberty & Vautier (1964).
Polygonum persicaria. The New Royal Horticultural Society Dictionary of Gardening. Scientific classification YouTube Encyclopedic. Polygonaceae are very well-defined and have long been universally recognized.
The Polygonaceae are a family of flowering plants known informally as the knotweed family or smartweed-buckwheat family in the United States. The name is based on the genus Polygonum, and was first used by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu in 1789 in his book, Genera Plantarum. The name refers to the many swollen nodes the stems of some species have. It is derived from Greek; poly means many and goni means knee or joint.
Taxonomy of the genus Aconogonon (Polygonaceae) in Himalaya and . Echinocaulon: a systematic survey.
Taxonomy of the genus Aconogonon (Polygonaceae) in Himalaya and adjacent regions. Index herbariorum, part 1 : The herbaria of the world, 8 th edn. Flavonoids in the leaves of twenty-eight polygonaceous plants. Masaru Kawasaki, Takeshi Kanomata, Kunijiro Yoshitama. The botanical magazine hi. Synopsis and achene morphology of Polygonum section Polygonum (Polygonaceae) in Canada. Steven John Wolf, Jr. Samuel G. McNeill. Systematic studies in polygonaceae of Kashmir Himalaya.
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Treatments of Polygonum and related genera (subfamily Polygonoideae), . . Of the six sections of Polygonum recognized here, the first, P. sect. Cephalophilon and P. Echinocaulon as components of an expanded Persicaria sect. those by Haraldson (Symb. Polygonum, represents Polygonum in the narrow sense, and the remaining five either fall within a broadly defined genus, Persicaria, or are variously recognized as distinct genera, . Aconogonon and Bistorta by Haraldson. As circumscribed in earlier work (. Meisner in Candolle, Prodr. 14(1), 1856), P.